Park City Utah weather gives us the dry, powder-snow in the winter and plenty of comfortably-cool sunny days in the summer. Below are average temperatures by month for Park City, Utah. Remember, these are just averages. It
could be colder or warmer so dress in layers.
Also, these averages are based on temperatures taken at Park City's base altitude, 7,000 feet not on the mountain which are as high as 10,000 feet which will be much colder. Temperature decreases about 3 degrees F or every 1,000
feet. So at 10,000 feet, it could be up to 10 degrees colder.
Park City Average Monthly Minimum and Maximum Temperatures
Average Snowfall for Park City (green
Below are a few webcams from the 3 Park City ski resorts for current conditions. Legacy Lodge Plaza is at the base of Park City Ski Resort.
LivePark City Weather Webcams
Occasionally these cameras go offline. Park City's is the most reliable. Click on Deer Valley's to see 2 additional views and current forecast.
And don't forget your sunscreen! Park City is 7000’ at Main
Street and ranges from 6500’ to as high as 10,000’ at ski resort peaks. Even
though its winter, you still can get a sunburn at this altitude where the air is
thin and the sun's rays are intense.
Enjoy your stay and remember to check the Park City Utah
Weather before you explore!